Article by a WNS researcher in the prestigious journal 'International Political Science Review'

In the article The structural power of the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) in multilateral development finance: A case study of the New Development Bank, an international team of researchers co-initiated by dr hab. Marek Rewizorski, prof. UG from the Faculty of Social Sciences, attempted to answer the question of how the New Development Bank was integrated with other structures of this type within the framework of global governance.

The article was published in the journal 'International Political Science Review' (Impact Factor 2.865) recognized as one of the most important journals in the world in the field of political science and administration and international relations, as well as the flagship periodical of the International Political Science Association (IPSA), founded in 1949 in Paris and comprising 61 national associations, including the Polish Political Science Association.

This study, together with a pending article entitled The BRICS, Global Governance, and Challenges for South-South Cooperation in a Post-Western World forms part of a special issue of the journal entitled Unfinished Business: The BRICS, Global Governance, and Challenges for Cooperation in a Post-Western World to be published this year. Prof. Rewizorski is co-editor of the volume and co-author of both articles.

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